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These stories about local people previously featured in the news are made possible through the continued support of Dietrich Law as part of our Community Leaders Program.


Swastika Trail saga to have its day in the House of Commons

Swastika Trail saga to have its day in the House of Commons

A petition to rename a private road in Puslinch will be read on the floor of the House of Commons next month after gaining enough electronic signatures to move forward.
Founded in Guelph, Communist Party of Canada celebrates a century

Founded in Guelph, Communist Party of Canada celebrates a century

Occasion to be marked Sunday with live-streamed event
Law Van returns to dispense legal advice to rural communities

Law Van returns to dispense legal advice to rural communities

Free legal services rolls on thanks to a three-year funding commitment
Guelph Tool Library hits 10,000-loan milestone

Guelph Tool Library hits 10,000-loan milestone

In this Following Up feature we talk to Steph Clarke from the Guelph Tool Library about the goals and gains made since the library was launched in 2016
Latest SEED initiative makes tackling food insecurity as simple as buying your groceries

Latest SEED initiative makes tackling food insecurity as simple as buying your groceries

'It’s going to make a difference because it’s really reimagining how a community supports everybody to have access to healthy food'
Greetings From My Heart initiative surpasses 5,000 cards

Greetings From My Heart initiative surpasses 5,000 cards

Sharon Wolters launched Greetings From My Heart a year ago to remember those who feel forgotten during the pandemic
Lockdown protester making some noise outside city hall

Lockdown protester making some noise outside city hall

Guelph stay-at-home dad is in the second week of a loud, one-man protest outside city hall to challenge the province's stay-at-home order
Local runner's cancer battle inspired by Terry Fox

Local runner's cancer battle inspired by Terry Fox

Haley Davis readies for her 150 km fundraising run in support of cancer foundations
A year later, Fergus man continues to bagpipe for frontline workers

A year later, Fergus man continues to bagpipe for frontline workers

Peter Hummel remained motivated to play nearly every night for a year when he heard from frontline workers who appreciated what he did
Setting sail for a new dawn with Sue Smith

Setting sail for a new dawn with Sue Smith

In this Following Up feature we talk to Guelph singer-songwriter Sue Smith about her new album Tonight We Sail and her free live stream concert performance with the Potion Kings at the River Run on Friday